WEDDING STATIONERY PROCESS
To begin the ordering process, please contact me so I can send you a form to fill out that will give me a better idea of your vision, your price range and any other details that you would like me to know about your big day! On this form, you have the option of setting up a complementary phone consultation.
If you indicate that you would like to set up a consultation, we will set that up at a convenient time for both of us. We can always communicate over email, but sometimes talking over the phone is an easier way to go over your vision and talk about details.
Once you have indicated the suite and other items you are interested in on the initial request form or over the phone, I will email you a custom proposal for you to look over. It will detail the prices of each item and also give you a grand total of your order.
Once you review your proposal and are happy with it, we will move forward with the process. There will be clear instructions of what to do once you approve your proposal.
After your proposal approval, you will be directed to a contract to sign and an invoice to pay. An initial deposit of 50% of your total is required to move forward with the design process.
Now begins the fun part! I will send you a questionnaire to fill out that will give me all the information I need to design your stationery. The design process will take 7-10 business days.
Once I am finished designing, I will send you digital proofs of your invitations for you to review and give feedback. I offer three complementary rounds of proofs so we can be sure your invitations are just the way you want them.
After you approve your proofs, I will send you a print release form to sign
and then you will be directed to your invoice to make your final payment.
After I receive your final payment, I will begin printing! The printing process will take 1-2 weeks. I will send you updates so you know the status of your order.
Once your items are finished, I will package them and ship them to you!
Photography by Perry Ann Photography